Billboard’s Disc Jockey Hits:
Billboard magazine started its disc jockey hits chart in 1944. It tracked which songs were played the most on radio stations across the country. The chart ran until 1958 when it was merged with data from the best sellers and jukebox hits into the Billboard Hot 100. These, however, were the biggest #1 songs on the Disc Jockey Hits chart. All songs which spent three weeks or more at #1 are listed here. Ties are broken by songs’ overall Dave’s Music Database points.
See other chart-based lists here and specific Billboard lists here.
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First posted 9/6/2021.
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